Official: OOU Admission List for 2017/2018 Session Released.
OOU Admission List 2017/18 – The authorities of Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ago-Iwoye has released the first batch admission list of candidates admitted into the institution for the 2017/2018 academic session.
Admission List 2017/18 – Candidates who participated in the post UTME screening exercise are to proceed online and check their admission status.
|OOU Admission List 2017/18
How To Check OOU Admission List 2017:
- Candidates are to visit the OOU admission status checking portal via the link below;
- Enter your JAMB Registration Number and Password in the spaces provided.
- Click on “Login” and proceed to check your admission status.
Please note that prospective students are advised to check their admission status, print their acceptance fee invoice and proceed to designated POS terminals to make the required payment.
The deadline for payment of acceptance fee is October 27th, 2017.
Returning students can log on to their profile for their course registration and payments using their Matric number and surname as initial password. On successful log on they’ll be prompted to change their password.
Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, is a state-owned and operated university in Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State Nigeria. The University was founded July 7, 1982 as Ogun State University and was renamed Olabisi Onabanjo University on May 29, 2001 in honour of a great citizen of the state, Chief (Dr.) Olabisi Onabanjo.
OOU seeks to give useful learning to its students who will be encouraged to cultivate a world view that facilitates not only the continuous pursuit of academic and moral excellence but also developing their expertise and competence in reducing the quagmire of society’s disease ignorance and squalor.
The University shall therefore be rooted in its community and act, at all times, as a beacon and symbol of the spirit of the community (local and national), guardian of its moral and a formulator of its hopes and aspirations.
Accordingly, it shall cultivate a distinct tradition and character that reflect those essential values and nuances that give the host and national communities their distinctive flavour and identity.